The state or condition of being unquiet; disquiet, restlessness.
unquietude/(ˌ)ʌnˈkwʌɪɪtjuːd/ /(ˌ)ʌnˈkwʌɪɪtʃuːd/ /(ˌ)ʌŋˈkwʌɪɪtjuːd/
Mid 17th century; earliest use found in Henry Wotton (1568–1639), diplomat and writer. From un- + quietude, after French inquiétude and post-classical Latin inquietudo inquietude.
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